If there is anyone in Nigeria’s film industry, who claims he has proposed the right solution that can turn its fortunes around is the producer of Pardonable Unforgiveable...
Celebrity Housemate reality TV show to redress Nigerian culture
One of its kind celebrity-focused reality show, Celebrity Housemate, is set to hit the screen from January 12 through February 11. The theme of the show is ‘Convergence of Culture, Lifestyle and Entertainment’...
Brume… Today’s black woman reclaiming her identity and dignity
When the curtains fell on that humid Sunday evening after the performance of My Nina Simone Trip, the small audience at the Amphitheatre, Freedom Park, Lagos, rose up as one man to applaud Ese Brume for a superlative performance.
Artistic cultural ties that bind
The American Embassy in Abuja recently hosted a screening of Grammy-nominated film, The Music of Strangers. There were over 100 people gathered...
‘Fela would have expected better from disciples in following his radical ideals’
‘LAITAN ADENIJI, also known musically as ‘ADENIJI HEAVYWIN,’ has the envious task of playing Fela in Bolanle Austin-Peters Productions’ (BAP) new musical theatre...
Justice League screens two days to global cinema release
Movie fans, celebrities and journalists were treated to an M-Net Movies Night Out with the exclusive pre-screening of the highly anticipated superhero flick, Justice League, which comes before the blockbuster movie hits cinemas worldwide this week.
Ojuade: Nigeria is losing huge revenue by not promoting dance
Association of Dance Scholars and Practitioners of Nigeria (ADSPON) is the umbrella body that creates the required enabling environment for the body of scholars, researchers, eggheads, dance practitioners and dancers, and, of course, music providers.
Ashaye: With better funding, Nigeria can make huge revenue from museums, bigger than oil
Ibironke Ashaye has contributed to the development of Nigerian museums, especially in the areas of exhibition and documentation of cultural collections across the country.
Mbaivernyitse: We need to encourage marriage of Africa’s oral content and new media
We are now in the 21st century. So, we expect things to change for good. Even the cultures we knew of or were born into are changing. This will one day change, too. .....